I’m delighted to announce I’ve teamed up with sports nutrition game changers YPB.
YPB was set up by a mix of sports physicians, nutritionists and elite athletes to help athletes and activity enthusiasts “live their personal best”.
Through their professional experience, analysis of the best international research and the use of precision technology they offer Personalized Sports Nutrition.
With organic, tasty, plant-based whole food in Continue reading “YPB – living your personal best.”
Oh my god… How are you?? Its been soooo long… What are you up to? We should totally meet more often….
It really has been far too long, far too long and we defo should meet more often. For serials, for super serials!!!
It has been pointed out to me many times by many people over the last few months that I haven’t updated my blog. I didn’t really need to be reminded, as every Monday since November I’ve said to myself “I’ll get a blog up this week”. Needless to say a few Mondays have passed in that time. Continue reading “Super serials…”
The Sprint Champs was one of my main targets for the year. I planned my race schedule and training around been in top shape for it. It took me a little be longer to recover from Riga then I’d hoped, but once recovered I had a month of full gas training to lead me into the Champs. Training was going very well and I was hitting some very good numbers across all 3 sports. With the good numbers and a serious amount of creeping on the race results of all the main contenders I knew it was a race I could win. I wanted to add a National title to my name and planned my race tactics to make that happen.
Continue reading “Irish Sprint Champs”
Delighted to announce I’ll be continuing my partnership with Dublins leading fitness centre Westpark Fitness. Westpark are the premiere fitness providers in the Tallaght area with over 18,000 local members over the past 20 years. Westparks’ fitness team are highly trained, professional and continually up-skilling in the latest fitness trends.
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The phrase ‘It’s Baltic out’ clearly got lost in translations somewhere between the Baltic sea and Ireland. The clock read 25 degrees at 11pm on Friday, 28 degrees at 8am on Saturday and was up to 32 degrees by lunch time. I now know the true meaning of ‘It’s Baltic out’. Luckily for me, Sunday brought cooler temperatures and we raced under clouds at a more reasonable 23 degrees. Continue reading “Riga European Cup”
After Blenheim I felt I needed an extra week or two’s training into the body before I raced again. My plans were to put my name in for a Euro cup in mid July but with how I felt in Blenheim I knew I wasn’t in that sort of shape. Continue reading “Tri Liverpool”
I’d been excited to race Blenheim since I got the entry confirmation email. I was looking forward to getting some serious racing into the body and finding out where I am. It’s always difficult to know exactly what kind of shape you’re in when you haven’t raced in a few months. Even if the numbers in training are good there’s still a question mark there. Continue reading “The Blenheim Triathlon”
My apologies for the lack of blogging over the last few months!!! I know some of you have been sitting at home on the edge of your couches waiting to find out what I’ve been up to. Continue reading “Not much about anything…”
A video blog on my recent training camp to Sands Beach Active Lanzarote. To quote Ronan Keating “You say it best when you say nothing at all”
Thanks to my Sponsors Amphibian King, Rotor and Westpark Fitness for there continued support.
Delighted to announce I’ve teamed up with Running shoe specialist Amphibian King.
Amphibian King are the original technical running shoe store offering in-depth gait analysis. With a massive range of brands they’ll find the perfect shoe for you! Continue reading “Amphibian King”